Can the Rams beat the Packers? Just typing that sentence seems weird. The Rams have exactly seven points this season. They have exactly one sack. Their quarterback is averaging a miniscule 4.94 yards per pass attempt, worst in the league. Their supposed leading receiver has been terrible. Kick-off returns – terrible. (16.2 yards per return, second worst in the league) Clock management – terrible. (A Martzian waste of their final timeout on Sunday to avoid a delay of game which they ended up getting anyway on a punt that went into the end zone for a touchback) Third downs – terrible. (8 of 26 on offense, 26th worst; 15 of 30 allowed on defense, 29th worst) And then on the other side you have Green Bay, which remains a serious playoff cont ...
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